In an interview at CES 2018, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the company has plans to attempt to work with various US carriers to bring OnePlus devices to the masses.
Oreo started rolling out to some models in late December. Motorola is following that up by releasing the kernel source code.
OnePlus has announced a new Lava Red color variant of the OnePlus 5T. This device will come exclusively to India later this month and will be priced around $595.
Despite being announced alongside the Essential Phone, Essential has started offering a new lineup of accessories including USB Type-C headphones and more.
Google Voice Search is awesome, and you probably use it a lot more than is humanly healthy. But did you know that Google stores a history of all the queries you make on their servers?
The update includes the usual array of bug fixes, security patches, and minor improvements. With the 15th quickly approaching, this is likely the last beta update we’ll see.
Alpine has announced the Halo9 (iLX-F309) which features a “floating” 9-inch display and is compatible with Android Auto.
In case there were any doubts, Samsung is pledging once again to unlock the FM radio on their upcoming devices including this year’s Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Android Wear smartwatches aren’t extinct and CES 2018 is proving that. Out of seemingly nowhere, two new Android Wear devices were announced — one designed by Kate Spade and the other by Skagen — and they look to give consumers a few extra choices when it comes to the style of their smartwatch.
A series of new press renders have been leaked which show off the design of the upcoming Alcatel 3C lineup. The device is expected to be unveiled at CES 2018.
Most OEM browsers are not worth caring about, but Samsung Internet is actually really good. They even have a beta version so you can get new features right away.
You’ve just unwrapped your very first Android phone. Congratulations! Here are some of the first things you should do with your shiny new phone.
Dish is promising to add Google Assistant control to the Hopper DVR, Joey client, and Wally receiver. You’ll be able to use your voice to control the set-top box.
A new report suggests that LG Pay will officially launch in the US sometime in June, after the LG G7 is introduced at Mobile World Congress 2018. It will be called “LG Wallet” in the US.
Samsung’s Game Recorder+ has finally received an update after a long silence. The update was to inform users that Samsung plans to kill the app on February 28th, 2018.
Anker has announced that the Zolo Liberty+ Bluetooth headphones will be arriving on Amazon later this month after seeing a successful Kickstarter campaign last year.
Users are still more likely to send a Snap to a friend that post to their Story. Try as they might, Snapchat is primarily seen as a messaging platform.
The Qualcomm QCC5100 Bluetooth SoC has been announced for truly wireless earbuds and features Bluetooth 5.0, aptX HD, and active noise cancelling.
Duo is one of the easiest video calling apps you can use, but it’s pretty barebones. Google hasn’t added many features since it was launched. It appears Duo will be getting some major new features in 2018.
A new report claims that Samsung has finally decided upon the final specs for the Galaxy X, along with the production schedule. The Galaxy X will begin mass production in November of this year.
Google Maps is one of the most powerful smartphones apps available today. There is tons of information at your fingertips. If you use Google Maps a lot you might be missing out on some great features.
Sure, it’s fun to pwn noobs from across the world, but sometimes you want to pwn the person sitting right next to you in a 2 player Android game.
LG doesn’t have the physical device at CES, but we have some press photos of what it will look like. The design is not as inspired as the Lenovo Smart Display.
Huawei took to the stage at CES 2018 to announce that the Huawei Mate 10 Pro would be coming to the US in February for just $799 and will be available through various retailers.